SLN News Briefs
|Jarrett C. Coniglio
A Genesee County grand jury has filed a six-count felony indictment against a man accused of trying to stab a woman to death during an altercation in April. Jarrett C. Coniglio, 29, of Bloomingdale Road on the Tonawanda Seneca Nation, is charged with attempted second-degree murder, first-degree assault, third-degree criminal possession of a weapon, intimidating a witness, criminal mischief and menacing. Coniglio is accused of stabbing the woman about 2 am April 11 at a residence on Sandhill Road. The woman suffered serious injuries. The attack happened while Coniglio was free after twice being indicted by a grand jury, one of which was for the assault of a police officer.
Update: The former law firm of attorney Steve Barnes isn’t happy with the NTSB’s conclusion on his tragic plane crash, a managing attorney with the firm said Monday. But the firm is thankful for and appreciative of the way the National Transportation Safety Board handled the investigation, said Managing Attorney Robert Schreck of The Barnes Firm Injury Attorneys. The NTSB stated Friday in its final report, that On Oct. 2, 2020, Barnes lost control of the plane prior to the crash, but it doesn’t know why he lost control. Barnes and his niece Elizabeth Barnes were both killed.